Past productions

Swimming While Drowning

By Emilio Rodriguez


When: Sat May 14th  & Thurs, Fri, Sat

 May 19th, 20th, 21st At 8:00PM

Sun May 15th  & Sun May 22nd At 2:00PM

Thursday May 19th Is Pay What You Can Night

Where: Penumbra Theatre 270 N Kent St, St. Paul, MN


Women of Ciudad Juárez 

Written by Cristina Michaus

Directed and translated by Jimmy A. Noriega


When: Friday April 22nd-23rd

8:00PM Intermedia Arts

(April 23rd Open Caption)

Brief Q&A following the performances


Help Wanted
by Virginia Mcferran

 Meat Patties Resize

When: October 10th and 11th, at 7:30 pm.

Where : Pangea World Theater
711 W Lake St. Minneapolis, MN 55408

Joins us to discuss Dreamers and the Children from Central America after the performance.

Tickets: Tickets $12 (At the door) or Call (651) 224-8806 to reserve.

(Seating is limited so call now)


May 2 – 18

“Bandara” by Aravind Enrique Adyanthaya presented in collaboration with Pangea World Theater as part of the Latino Asian Fusion Series. “Bandara” explores Puerto Rican and Indian cultures through the significance of the monkey motif. In New York, a young pathologist of mixed heritage unsuccessfully tries to find emotional connections in the city. In his research and life he begins to discover regressions to a primal state. In India, a young woman has lost a baby that was left under her charge in an orphanage. During the investigation of the disappearance, she remembers a past life in the Caribbean where she was a man whose pregnant wife was haunted by human-monkey creatures. In the theatre, these and other stories come together through a trans-media staging that immerses the audience in an experience of presence and hallucination.

Preview Performance May 2 at 7:30 pm

May 3-18 Fri & Sat 7:30 pm, Sun 4:30 pm
Old Arizona Studio
2821 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis
$16 General Admission,
$12 Students/Seniors/Groups 10 or more

Pay-what-you-can performances are May 2 & May 4

Open Captioning in English offered on May 4 & 17
Subtítulos en Español el 16 de Mayo y el 18 de Mayo

Use the link below to purchase your tickets.

January 17th 2015

Teatro del Pueblo‘s troupe will perform with the Minnesota Orchestra the Story of Ferdinand.


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Here’s both drama and music—as The Story of Ferdinand is brought to life by Teatro del Pueblo. This beloved children’s book by Munro Leaf tells the story of a bull who would rather smell flowers than fight in bullfights. Also on the program: the Orchestra will perform selections from Bizet’s lively Carmen suite as well as Mozart’s famousJupiter symphony.Visit the Minnesota Orchestra for details about this fantastic music experience.